Delegation includes responsibility, accountability, authority and collaboration. (Nursing World, 2010, pages 1-9) A nurse must be responsible in the decisions she makes for the patient, be held accountable for those decisions and lastly the nurse sustains the authority to make the appropriate decisions for the patients. All of that requires collaboration with her coworkers. I believe that if Ms. W reads this article she will gain new insight into nvt2 task three 4 delegation and also remember what she learned from nursing school and past nursing experience. She can then apply it to her job and patients.
White cap: What pieces of information are needed to assist the family in making a decision regarding Marianne’s care? Developing an effective care plan for a patient involves gathering information from different sources. In the case of Marianne, further information is needed to assist the family with making a decision regarding surgery. Besides her age, diagnosis, and current status, additional data should be collected. For example, when did her stroke signs and symptoms initiate?
Coordinating with others to meet the needs for those on life sustaining medications, such as blood pressure or chemotherapy medications or people receiving dialysis treatment can be initiated and carried out by the public health nurse. The public health nurse can be perform door to door interviews and assessments of households to identify needs, provide assistance for acute distress or urgent medical conditions. During the assessment process the nurse must prioritize the needs and communicate with the proper departments so individual needs of the
The major priority needs that has to be considered in planning for Mrs. Green`s discharge areeducating the patient and the family regarding the after-discharge care and medical treatmentby initiating patient specific – care plans, establish patient referrals with other teams likephysiotherapy and primary care providers (Lees, 2004). In the case of Mrs.Green, nurse shouldgive priority in educating Mrs.Green and her family members regarding guidance on performingthe activities of
Every day we are communicating with each other in some way or another, be it by using words, actions or even expressions in sending a message. Communication is important in a healthcare and social care setting because it helps the health and social care provider to meet the needs of different people. Communication is essential to build a bridge of trust, self-esteem and provide good support to meet the needs of individuals. If somebody is sick and goes to the hospital effective communication helps the doctor to communicate effectively to the patient and the doctor, this can help calm him/her. But if she/he doesn’t understand what the doctor is saying, the doctor may prescribe medication that he/she wouldn’t know how to use and could cause that person harm to themselves.
Av: Doctors are responsible for prescribing medication. Managers are responsible for proving training, policy and procedures in handling and administrating medication, the staff team are responsible for giving and making sure that the service users are taking the medication. The service user is responsible for ensuring that they follow the medication guidance by the doctor. Avi: You can obtain information by asking friends, family, GP or any other people involved with the care of the service user. Medication can be obtained via GP.
b. Genetic Counselor: A health professional with a specialized master’s degree and field experience in the area of medical genetics and counseling. This specific team member will provide information and support to Rita and her family regarding Tay-Sachs disease. He/She will educate and support Rita on her options should she choose to keep the pregnancy or abort. He/She will provide supportive counseling, serve as patient advocate and refer to community or state supported
They would monitor the patient’s use of medication and to provide additional help towards the support to their family. Community Psychiatric Nurse work alongside with the hospital team. Within the community, their roles would be to coordinate the care of patients; liaising with patients, relatives and fellow professionals in the community treatment teams and attending regular meeting to also review each patients care plan and monitor them after doing this they would visiting patients in their home to monitor their behaviour and psychological needs at this stage they would identify if the patient is at risk harming themselves or others. The skills that a CPN requires is that they would need to be compassionate and empathetic because they need to gain the trust of the individual and the CPN attitude determines whether a good relationship is formed this would ensure that the individual would allow the CPN to carry out the necessary work to enable the individual to
Bloom’s Taxonomy of Education and its use in Nursing Education Bloom’s Taxonomy of Education research was conducted to allow staff members to more clearly understand the patient’s situation and think more critically in preventing patient complications. Using Bloom’s framework and guiding staff members to review current documentation with data in small segments would allow staff members to focus on the important clues and draw accurate conclusions (Larkin & Burton, 2008). This framework allows the instructor to measure the outcomes of the educational activity while moving the learners from basic to higher levels of cognitive function (Larkin & Burton, 2008). Bloom’s Taxonomy’s in Nursing Education allows nurses to broaden the use of their critical thinking skills by researching the patients care. Through progress notes, labs work results, physicians orders, operative reports, and data collection worksheets allows a nurse to assemble a plan for the patient during his or her hospital
It helps to assess what care you need and how it will be provided. If you think a care plan could help you, talk to your GP, nurse or social worker about the support you need to manage your condition better. Mention things that are important to you and any goals you want to work towards. These can range from losing weight or stopping smoking, to going out more or getting back to work. Also, try to talk about